things of cranbrook
The Japanese Kasuga Lantern (Kasuga-dōrō) has been a focal point of the Cranbrook Japanese Garden for more than 100 years.
The Gift of Knowledge carved by Maróti in 1927 – 1928 for Cranbrook School for Boys library.
Early 18th-century painting of Venice by Luca Carlevarijs for Cranbrook School for Boys.
Oil portrait of Henry Wood Booth, father of George Booth, painted by Robert J. Wickenden in 1906.
Iconic urn designed by Eliel Saarinen and manufactured for use at Cranbrook and Kingswood Schools.
Handwoven tapestry depicting a skyscraper by Kingswood School Cranbrook's first full-time weaving instructor, Lillian Holm.
Oil portrait of Clara Gagnier Booth, mother of Cranbrook founder George Gough Booth, painted by Ossip Perelma in 1918.
Two-oarsman wood rowboat built by an unknown Italian maker and used by the Booth family on Kingswood Lake.
Wooden Japanese Bridge, painted a vibrant shade of vermillion, installed in the Japanese Garden in 1914 and restored in 2016.
Carved wood chair by German designer Johann Kirchmayer from the Detroit Society of Arts and Crafts.
Banner photo by P.D. Rearick, CAA '10